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Est. 1995


Former Jacksonville Jaguars running back Fred Taylor runs with the football.

Fred Taylor - RB - 11,271 Rushing Yards

AP via Phil Coale

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In 1995, the Jacksonville Jaguars became the first expansion team in league history to record a .500-or-better division record in its first season, finishing 4-4 against their AFC Central rivals.

Team History

  • In 1993, the Jaguars joined the NFL along with the Carolina Panthers, bringing the total number of NFL franchises to 30.  
  • The Jaguars’ first game was the 1995 Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio against the Panthers.  
  • The Jaguars only needed a single season to make their first post-season appearance, qualifying as a Wild Card team in 1996.  
  • The team reached the AFC Championship game in 1996 and 1999 under head coach Tom Coughlin.  

Team Facts

  • Seasons: 30 (1995-2024) 
  • Winningest Coach: (W-L-T) Tom Coughlin 68-60-0 
  • Super Bowl Titles: 0 
  • Record going into 2024 season: (W-L-T) 198-269-0
  • Playoff Record: 8-8 
  • Most Career Yards Rushing: Fred Taylor, 11,271 (1998-2008)
  • Most Career Yards Passing: Mark Brunell, 25,698 (1995-2003)
  • Most Career Receptions: Jimmy Smith, 862 (1995-2005)  
  • Most Career Sacks: Tony Brackens, 55 (1996-2003)  
  • Most Career Interceptions: Rashean Mathis, 30 (2003-12)
  • Most Career Points: Josh Scobee, 1,022 (2004-14)  
  • Current Team Owner: Shahid Khan 

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